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SAS, Business Analytics, Research and Fact-Based Decision-Making

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It's no secret that I'm no longer a big fan of SAS software. After being a proponent from 1980 to 2000, I found and then adopted the more modern statistical platform S+. Shortly thereafter, I discovered S's open source cousin, R, and have been a been a strong advocate ever since. The freely-available contributions of R's world-wide community never cease to amaze me.

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As editor of the SAS Business Report, thank you for reading! I'm glad you find the content useful. I hope to continue providing thought leader perspective on what's sure to be a rapidly-growing field of business analytics.

Anna Brown

Posted by Anna B | Wednesday, July 07 2010 at 4:36PM ET
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